Quatrain in honor of Ritchie131 (10/15/2011 4:24:48 AM) comp.lang.c printf("Goodbye Dennis, we forgive you\n"); printf("For the aporias of C...for you\n"); printf("Were the first to voyage on that strange sea of thought:\n"); printf("Whereupon the Mariner may do as he whist, an... spinoza1111
In the matter of "Colonel Harlan Sanders"7171 (8/14/2010 1:54:48 PM) comp.lang.c http://groups.google.com.hk/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=ULwocw4AAABHj7VgGAGDKYKqEsAl2NK_
This individual has posted 122 times since September of 2009.
EACH ONE of his posts is an attack on me, and many ... spinoza1111
Wikipedia vandalism43184 (5/1/2010 3:43:46 PM) comp.lang.c The following comments are being edit-warred by Barsoomian at the Herb
Schildt page, which has been tagged for deletion based on research by
myself, and Malcolm McClean. Seebach's claims are being left alone,... spinoza1111
My statement on the Herbert Schildt deletion case2220 (4/26/2010 8:30:58 AM) comp.lang.c The Herbert Schildt wikipedia article has been today nominated for
deletion, and not by me. I have however said that owing to its poor
sources it is in serious violation of wikipedia's own policies.
Here i... spinoza1111
Another note about Peter Seebach's network behavior1956 (4/20/2010 5:54:57 PM) comp.lang.c Seebach has lost the argument on two major points this past week: * He was forced to concede that void main() is standard C in a freestanding environment, which completely undercuts 15 years of saying that it... spinoza1111
Seebach and Wikipedia7232 (4/12/2010 6:44:29 PM) comp.lang.c This is a quote from Wikipedia's policy on Biographies of Living
"Wikipedia contains biographies of people who, while notable enough
for an entry, are not generally well known. In such cases, exer... spinoza1111
Is binary a "language"?43253 (3/23/2011 5:27:57 PM) comp.programming A nerd fight broke out at my job.
Group 1 says binary is not a kind of language.
Group 2 says it is a kind of language.
Group 1 says it doesn't matter how you define the word "language",
that binar... AG
Dennis Ritchie Has Died3353 (10/13/2011 2:12:30 AM) comp.lang.c > Sad news. Rob Pike reports on Google Plus that Dennis Ritchie > died at his home this weekend after a long illness. Ritchie > created the C programming language and was a key contributor > to Unix. In 198... bks(113)
C Test Incorrectly Uses printf() - Please Confirm170227 (8/8/2010 6:55:26 PM) comp.lang.c I took an online C test a few months ago. I actually thought the test
was better than some I've taken, but one question in particular I
think has the wrong answer. The question is this:
What is printed:... Martin
Creating more generic data structures8110 (8/10/2010 2:49:15 PM) comp.lang.c In our project my groupmate wanted to have a generic queue (which we
don't really need since it's used once) and so he ended up with a
enormous ugly macro.
He said it's the only way to accomplish having di... Andrea
Sequence points, commas, function calls70185 (8/10/2010 3:55:06 PM) comp.lang.c The recent thread "C Test Incorrectly Uses printf() - Please Confirm" got me
to thinking about function calls being sequence points, commas used to
separate parameters, and "undefined" versus "unspecified".... Kenneth